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Help with DataSet.Merge() ?

I'm having problems with the Merge method. I get two tables into the
dataset after merging. One of them has all of the columns I need but
four of the eight fields are null. The tables look like this:



I need a table that looks like this:

I do get the above table in a dataset after merging. However, the last
four fields are always null. Why is that?

I have keep changes set to false and add schema enumerator.

Also, will the merge know to match personid in each table so that
records are not duplicated?


Jan 6 '06 #1
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